In: injury

The Best Expertise

Maintaining the best results requires knowledge and expertise. Our athletes train and so do we, through our professional development program. Meaning that when a practitioner the treats you, they have the most advanced injury care knowledge. Read about what our practitioners are thinking in the injury blogs below.

Returning to running: how to hit the road safely and effectively

With the closure of gyms during the COVID-19 restrictions, we have seen a large increase in the community’s uptake of running....

Exercise Right Camberwell

Exercise Right!

Exercise Right Week: May 25 – 31 2020  What perfect timing to have a week dedicated to improving awareness of the benefits...

Footy’s Back – But is there an injury sting in the COVID tail?

Footy is BACK!  Today the AFL announced a June 11 start date to the 2020 AFL Season.  With the start...

Reisstance Training in Youth

Young Guns – Resistance Training for Junior Athletes

In his previous blog post, CSSM Physiotherapist Peter Stath wrote about junior athletes and the potential pitfalls of specialising in one particular sport from...

Preventing Injury from overtraining

New Year! New Me! New Injury? Avoiding Overuse Injuries

So 2019 was great but you want to make 2020 even better!  It is a common theme every time January 1st...

Preparing for the Melbourne Marathon

When we met Abigail MacFarlane earlier this year as part of #teamCSSM, her goal for 2019 was to complete the Melbourne...

Peace and Love

Soft tissue injuries such as strains and sprains are the most common sporting injuries. You may have heard of RICER and...

Running OSteopath Camberwell Travis Bateman

Run Long Run Strong – Preparing for the Marathon

With 20 weeks to go until the 2019 Melbourne Marathon CSSM Principal and Osteopath Travis Bateman looks at how to start a running program. Here’s...